Originally Posted by fidelioion
This is exactly right. Bottom line the Jets eased him into his role in years one and two and in the past two years he was asked to earn his heffty paycheck.
He's simply making more mistakes now because he's being asked to do more.
The Jets staff did NOT ruin him, Tebow didn't ruin him ...He's just NOT good, never was going to be good...
I'm not disagreeing with your point, but can you honestly say the transition from year 1 and 2 smoothly built it's way up to year 3?
I distinctly remember Rex more or less saying, okay we're going to throw this year, no more ground & pound.
And then a few weeks later he said, we're going back to the ground and pound.
You need to crawl before you can walk. And walk before you run. They asked Sanchez to go from crawling to running. It wasn't smooth whatsoever.